NMR structure opens doors for thrombosis therapeutic strategy: an interview with Ana Paula Valente
In this interview, with Ana Paula Valente (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Brazil), learn more about her team’s work using NMR to determine, for the first time, the structure of Ixolaris. How can this information on its mechanism of action be applied to develop novel treatments for thrombosis?
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